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If Danny clean beats Porter, where should he be ranked at #147?

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  • UNBIASED BOXING
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    Originally posted by Boxfan83 View Post
    Thurman's retired. If DSG tko's Porter like I am predicting, Id have him at #1 followed by Terrance Crawford #2, Spence #3. Pac #4. Depending how DSG beats Porter, Id favor him over Spence. DSG boxing skill is underrated, he's fast, has pop, and has a chin.
    Not sure if srs.

    #1 for beating Porter, is this a joke? He could KO Porter 1st round and he still wouldn't be #1 (he won't though, IMO he will lose to Porter and get outworked).

    Danny doesn't have enough power at Welterweight. Loses to Spence and get's completely embarassed by Crawford.

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  • suffolkbull3
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    Originally posted by boliodogs View Post
    There is a limit to how long a boxer can keep his high ranking without fighting supposedly do to injuries. I think Thurman has not fought in such a long time that he should be dropped from the top 10 until he beats a contender, His injuries are his own personal problem and the welterweights can't be put on hold for 18 months, 2 years or 3 years waiting for him to heal. I can go along with a champion keeping a high ranking for a year or maybe a bit more to recover from injuries but that period of grace has to end at some point in time. He can't just stay champion or the number 1 contender forever. When a boxer is out long enough he has to prove himself all over again.
    He is still the wba champion is he not? has he been stripped of that title? as soon as they strip that title from him is when he would need to regain his ranking back but until then u have to include him in ur rankings its that simple

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  • Chrismart
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    If including Thurman, I'd put Garcia 3rd behind Thurman and Spence.

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  • John Locke
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    Originally posted by Boxfan83 View Post
    Thurman better not fight Josesito Lopez for a comeback/tune-up. Lopez will beat him.
    that's too easy of a comeback fight for my liking tbh. Somebody like Felix Diaz would be better

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  • Boxfan83
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    Originally posted by John Locke View Post


    Thurman thinks Garcia can only win by KO
    Thurman better not fight Josesito Lopez for a comeback/tune-up. Lopez will beat him.

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  • boliodogs
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    Originally posted by suffolkbull3 View Post
    Although Thurman has been inactive DUE TO INJURY, one can not leave him off the rankings. I could see if he was just inactive then u would have every right to leave him off. He has not retired therefor u have to include him.. The ww rankings should look like this... Spence, Crawford, thurman, garcia, pacman. i can see if u want to rank pacman ahead of garcia. i wouldnt have a problem with that.
    There is a limit to how long a boxer can keep his high ranking without fighting supposedly do to injuries. I think Thurman has not fought in such a long time that he should be dropped from the top 10 until he beats a contender, His injuries are his own personal problem and the welterweights can't be put on hold for 18 months, 2 years or 3 years waiting for him to heal. I can go along with a champion keeping a high ranking for a year or maybe a bit more to recover from injuries but that period of grace has to end at some point in time. He can't just stay champion or the number 1 contender forever. When a boxer is out long enough he has to prove himself all over again.

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  • dibzvincent143
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    Originally posted by John Locke View Post
    I would personally have him at #3
    1. Thurman (albeit inactive still has the best resume at 147. With the exception of oldie pac ofcourse)
    2. Danny (heís probably number 4 right now, but a win over prime porter catapults him here)
    3. Spence (probably better than 1&2 but only has one solid win at 147)
    4. Crawford (probably better than 1,2&3 but has only 1 good win in Horn, a fighter I consider Pac already beat first. And hurt badly for that matter.)
    5. Pacquiao (Performances against Matthysse and Horn should be enough to hang him here)
    6. Brook (hasnít done anything since GGG but I believe heís still capable of doing stuffs at 147. Had the spence fight happen pre-GGG it would have been a diff story)
    7. Porter (a loss to danny drops him here. Still would be base on how he loses though)
    8. Amir Khan (lol)

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  • John Locke
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    Thurman thinks Garcia can only win by KO

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  • John Locke
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    Originally posted by boliodogs View Post
    As for rankings based on who he beat at welterweight I would rank him 2nd behind Spence and ahead of Crawford. A win over Porter would top Crawford's win over Horn. I don't include Thurman in the rankings until he actually fights a welterweight. I think Crawford is much better than Garcia but I couldn't fairly rank him higher than Garcia if Garcia had that Porter win.
    r
    That's exactly how I see it

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  • boliodogs
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    Originally posted by John Locke View Post
    I would personally have him at #3
    As for rankings based on who he beat at welterweight I would rank him 2nd behind Spence and ahead of Crawford. A win over Porter would top Crawford's win over Horn. I don't include Thurman in the rankings until he actually fights a welterweight. I think Crawford is much better than Garcia but I couldn't fairly rank him higher than Garcia if Garcia had that Porter win.
    r

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